As the Democrats are still adamant about fighting COVID-19, it appears another disease could be the next outbreak to sweep the world. Close to a dozen countries have already reported rising cases of monkeypox. There have been two cases reported in the United States, one in New York City and the other in Massachusetts. With Americans allegedly not even fully out of the COVID-19 pandemic, many wonder how the Biden administration would react. President Joe Biden warned that “everybody” should be concerned before boarding Air Force One. 

In the video, which is featured below, President Biden was asked about the growing monkeypox cases and his thoughts. The President answered, “Well, they haven’t told me their level of exposure yet, but it is something that everybody should be concerned about. We’re working on it hard to figure out what we do and what vaccines if any, may be available for it. But it is a concern, in a sense that if it were to spread.”

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Discussing a potential vaccine caused many to voice their concern already as the White House pushed, and almost forced, the COVID-19 jab on Americans. Although some might be hesitant, on Monday, a day after his initial statement, Biden announced that the United States had more than enough vaccines to deal with the monkeypox disease if it persisted. According to the President, the smallpox vaccine has been effective against monkeypox. 

Holding a press conference in Tokyo, Japan, Biden stated, “I just don’t think it rises to the level of the kind of concern that existed with COVID-19.”

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The president was eventually asked if Americans should prepare for another round of mandates and restrictions. He answered, “No, I don’t think so. Thus far, it doesn’t seem to be a need for any kind of extra efforts beyond what’s going on. But I think people should be careful.”

Giving his take on the issue, Dr. Robert Malone admitted it was a “Misdirection play. I love the running that you have here with Tony Fauci saying, ‘We can’t frighten the American public’ is so classic, and it’s a perfect setup for today’s segment. So I just want to read a little clip that comes to us courtesy of Gavi, the Bill Gates-funded group, in which they have put their analysis of monkeypox, and they try to tie it to Ebola. I’m going to read, ‘similar to viruses like Ebola, transmission only happens in close proximity by contact with lesions, body fluids, etc..’ Then it goes on to say, ‘although symptoms often ease within a month, one case in 10 can be fatal.'”

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Dr. Malone explained the monkeypox disease, “is monkeypox related to smallpox? Yes, so is cowpox, which is used to vaccinate against smallpox. Historically, this was Edward Jenner. There are a number of these poxviruses that are absolutely not lethal in humans. The mortality rate in humans is less than 1%. This is only spread by close contact. So far, all the cases have been, let’s say, gently men who have sex with men. And monkeypox has been endemic in Central Africa for probably the history of humankind because it resides in a number of animal species. And of the two clades of monkeypox, the one that’s circulating right now, calling it circulating, is a gross overstatement. The one that has had a few scattered cases is the least of the two in terms of its disease.”

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